As a part time student, you have the option of applying to a degree program or simply taking a class that interests you. Follow these steps to get started.
APPLY FOR ADMISSION
If you are interested in earning a BPS degree or certificate* from Syracuse University, you will need to complete an Admissions Application. Admission is based on a combination of factors, including having graduated from high school or the equivalent, standardized test scores, transcripts from all previous undergraduate work, a personal statement, and, if requested, letters of recommendation. An admission interview with a UC advisor is required and is available in-person, by phone, or online.
Admission to the certificate programs requires an associate degree or equivalent.
Admission applications are reviewed on a continuing basis, so you can submit an application at any time.APPLY FOR PART-TIME STUDY
ENROLL IN A CLASS
If you aren’t ready to apply for admission to the BPS, you can get started by taking just one or two classes. You do not have to apply for admission or submit a transcript in order to enroll a class. Classes are offered in a variety of delivery methods, including online, on-campus, and in different lengths including 8- and 12-week sessions, for example.BROWSE CURRENT BPS COURSE OFFERINGS TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
Once you select your course(s) of interest, you will need to register via myslice.syr.edu .
The Bachelor of Professional Studies requires a 2.5 GPA for an intra-university transfer. For more information or contact the Student Academic Services office.
Out-of-State Students Interested in an Online Program from University College of Syracuse University please note:
Syracuse University complies with authorization requirements in every state and the District of Columbia through participation in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA), specific-state authorization, or because our activities do not require authorization. SARA establishes uniform standards for distance education for all participating states and institutions.